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MMM
2009
Springer
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Evidence Theory-Based Multimodal Emotion Recognition
Automatic recognition of human affective states is still a largely unexplored and challenging topic. Even more issues arise when dealing with variable quality of the inputs or aim...
Marco Paleari, Rachid Benmokhtar, Benoit Huet
MMM
2010
Springer
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Camera Take Reconstruction
In this paper we focus on a novel issue in the field of video retrieval stemming from film analysis, namely the investigation of film montage patterns. For this purpose it is ...
Maia Zaharieva, Matthias Zeppelzauer, Christian Br...
MMM
2010
Springer
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A Novel Trajectory Clustering Approach for Motion Segmentation
We propose a novel clustering scheme for spatio-temporal segmentation of sparse motion fields obtained from feature tracking. The approach allows for the segmentation of meaningfu...
Matthias Zeppelzauer, Maia Zaharieva, Dalibor Mitr...
MMM
2010
Springer
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Scene Location Guide by Image-Based Retrieval
In this paper, we propose a new image-based algorithm to identify where a tourist is when visiting unfamiliar places. When the tourist takes a photo of an unfamiliar place, our alg...
I-Hong Jhuo, Tsuhan Chen, D. T. Lee
MMM
2010
Springer
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TV News Story Segmentation Based on Semantic Coherence and Content Similarity
In this paper, we introduce and evaluate two novel approaches, one using video stream and the other using close-caption text stream, for segmenting TV news into stories. The segmen...
Hemant Misra, Frank Hopfgartner, Anuj Goyal, P. Pu...
MMM
2010
Springer
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Reducing Frame Rate for Object Tracking
Object tracking is commonly used in video surveillance, but typically video with full frame rate is sent. We previously have shown that full frame rate is not needed, but it is unc...
Pavel Korshunov, Wei Tsang Ooi
MMM
2010
Springer
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Characterizing Virtual Populations in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games
Abstract. Understanding player distributions, sessions, and movements in a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) is essential for research in scalable architectur...
Daniel Pittman, Chris GauthierDickey
MMM
2010
Springer
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Learning Landmarks by Exploiting Social Media
This paper introduces methods for automatic annotation of landmark photographs via learning textual tags and visual features of landmarks from landmark photographs that are appropr...
Chia-Kai Liang, Yu-Ting Hsieh, Tien-Jung Chuang, Y...
CIVR
2009
Springer
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Exploiting Facial Expressions for Affective Video Summarisation
This paper presents an approach to affective video summarization based on the facial expressions (FX) of viewers. A facial expression recognition system was deployed to capture a v...
Hideo Joho, Joemon M. Jose, Roberto Valenti, Nicu ...

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Learning and Vision Research Group @ NUS
Wel­come to Learn­ing and Vi­sion Re­search Group at the De­part­ment of Elec­tri­cal and Com­put­er En­gi­neer­ing, Na­tion­al Uni­ver­si­ty of Sin­ga­pore!
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